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bazell, nbc news, new york. >>> up next here tonight, the actual research about getting along with the in-laws. >>> veteran new yorkers didn't know what they were looking at last night. a lot of them were worried someone had gone and tarted up the dignified empire state building. it was the first display of a new array of lights at the very top of what is still the grand master of the new york skyline. last night's show was coordinated to an alicia keys song. the owners of the building say they'll use the new led lights to display various light patterns from now on. we'll be watching. >>> one of the most influential figures in american sports has died. marvin miller never played major league baseball, but he changed the game nonetheless. when he took the job as leader of the major league players union in 66, the minimum salary back then was $6,000, and the owners had all the power. by 1982, when he retired, the union was one of the strongest in the u.s. the average player's salary was almost a quarter million dollars. the players had won free agency. he was by any standard a game changer. marv
president until he designs or rescinds the decrees which give him sweeping powers and put him above the law. the move has triggered riots across the country, injuring more than 300 egyptians. "if morsi does that, we'll be exactly like iran, said this protester. "he is making himself not just a dicer, he's making himself a god." he said he had to take action to take radical action to save egypt from hosni mubarak's regime. but egyptians like alid mahmoud, a field medic who lost his friend in the uprising feels cheated by morsi and the islamist. they got his vote, but he says they got nothing but a new regime. do you think there will be another revolution like the one before? >> actually, the next revolution started yesterday. so i think that is the second revolution. >> reporter: across town, this man couldn't disagree more, abdul is a financial manager and member of morsi's muslim brotherhood. he thinks the president is a hero and a democrat, not a dictator. his controversial decrees the right decision to keep the revolution alive. "personally i've benefited from the uprising" he says, "the
decisions effectively above the law. he said he was doing that to protect egypt's very slow move towards democracy from the judges and prosecutors mostly hand picked by hosni mubarak who were seen as sabotaging the process. the backlash was huge, was immediate, the past four days with national strikes, a sit-in on tahrir square and on going clashes between pro morsi and anti--morsi camps and the riot police. so far neither side has backed down. the pressures are growing. egypt's stock market, after losing $5 billion yesterday, has dropped another 5% today. all eyes now are on this meeting between top judges and morsi who it's hoped we'll find some kind of face-saving end to a crisis splitting egypt apart just when it should be sitting down, unified, and working on things like a new constitution. lynn, if there's any reminder of how all this might play out, there's a funeral later today in cairo for the first fatality, a teenage protester shot and killed in a street battle. >> jim maceda in egypt. thanks so much. >>> a tense but much calmer scene along the israeli-gaza border this morning
to maintain law and order. we've seen clashes erupt, many of them towards the freedom of justice party. that is the political wing of the muslim brotherhood from which president mohamed morsi comes from. we're talking about the decree that he issued on thursday that gave him sweeping powers to make new laws without judicial reviews, that has angered many and what has galvanized the protesters to come back to tahrir square. egyptian judges are calling for a strike. there's no indication morsi will rescind his decision. he said he will narrowly use his new powers to ally some of their fears by opposition and other human rights organizations. >> thanks so much. >>> well, back here at home, new york governor andrew cuomo called superstorm sandy more impactful than hurricane katrina and now both new york and new jersey are asking for a combined total of more than $71 billion in federal aid. well, in new york the money would not only pay for cleanup and recovery, it would also be used to try and limit damage from future storms. new jersey, which saw heavy damage to its transit system and sho
a $19 million reserve, about 3% of which by law they can't touch. other t other $16 million is money that will be spent on operating costs this year and next. the school board will take up the discussion in closed session december 8th. discussions with the mediator may not happen until january. but already this is having an impact on students, because some of the teachers that do the extras are declining those duties just to make the point to the district that they need to negotiate in earnest. in san jose, kris sanchez, nbc bay area news. >> thank you. an active and vocal scene with the teachers in san jose. >>> do the los angeles dodgers yo' the city of san francisco money? the city says yes. san francisco wants the dodgers to pay up $1.2 million is at stake. the city wants to recoup the unpaid cost of caring for giants fan bryan stow at san francisco general. he spent four months for a traumatic brain injury after he was brutally beaten outside of a dodgers game in march of last year. city lawyers have asked the bankruptcy judge to add san francisco with a claims against the baseb
's roadways. the california highway patrol and local law enforcement agencies report an increase in the number of fatalities during what is one of the busiest travel times of the year. one of them happened just last night and it is heartbreaking. a deadly crash on highway 50 need placerville that killed three members of a bay area family. kimberly terry is live in the newsroom with more on this investigation and what could have been the deadly crash. >> the crash happened yesterday evening and investigators have been working on piecing together exactly what happened to cause the accident that took four lives. >> along the four-lane stretch of highway near placerville, a toyota prius carrying a family from san francisco was coming out of the mountains when it swerved into the path of oncoming traffic hitting a minivan. >> there's no information leading to any impairment of the driver. >> a 39-year-old man, a woman and a boy in the prey yus were killed. a 10-year-old girl was hospitalized with severe injuries. the fourth victim of the crash was a 4-year-old placerville girl who was in the miniva
are sayersly imagine for the rule of law and the rights of man, a charter expanded by the blood of generations. those ideals still light the world. chris: does he have abinterest -- in "the new york times" piece that you wrote, you suggest or actually report he doesn't really have the profound interest in the earliest part of our history. >> the interest we see is more contemporary. now, he's a constitutional law professor, so we have to have some interest in the founding fathers, but the country has changed so vastly and his favorite president is lincoln, who's kinds of the hinge to the more modern era that he's more interested in. chris: he likes to hold them accountable. >> that's how his current history obsession started. when he was in the senate, he had just gotten to the senate. he had read team rivals, wanted to have a private meeting with doris. sits down with her, they talk about the book in detail and he talks about his desire to be like lincoln. he said he was draung to lincoln obviously, the writer quality being from illinois, etc., et cetera, but he said -- he talked about wantin
or something lick that. it is important to have one in your house. >>> starting last year, state law requires any home with an attached garage to have co detectors here in california and multiunit buildings have until january 1st to am ply. i just learned some of the victims have been released from the hospital. fire officials say old heaters starting up with the cold weather are a common cause for carbon monoxide poisoning. crews are searching for the source. they say if you have symptoms or a detector goes off in your home, call 9111 and get out of the building immediately. live in san francisco, monty francis, nbc bay area news. >> lucky family and good reminder. >>> it has been a deadly weekend on roadways across the state. the california highway patrol says 25 people died on the roads during what is one of the busiest travel times of the year. one of those deadly crashes happened last night on highway 50 near placerville where three members of a bay area family died. kimberly tere has new information on who these victims were. >> we are learning more about the victims. both vehicles were
't touch by law and 16 million more that will backlog a budget this year and next. the teachers tried to pressure the district saying that would to longer take on extra duties like coaching and sponsoring outdoor activities to make it clear they're serious about the contracts. between that and protests like this one. the teacher are hoping the district will be pressured back to the negotiating table, rather than waiting for mediation, which may not happen until next year. there are no negotiating sessions on the schedule right now although there's a discussion behind closed doors of this labor dispute. however, it could be a while before we find out how that contract is going to shake out. >> still ahead at 6:00, what does a steroid suspension get you? apparently a lot of money. the world series bonus for melky cabrera, even though he didn't play. >>> one doctor reacts to a controversial treatment involving a 7-year-old oregon girl and medical marijuana. that story is coming up. >>> plus a local university considered among the most dangerous in the entire country. >>> good evening. te
and beyond after this because we have to get cups. >> that is so funny. >>> if you are not fond of your in-laws coming for the holidays, david letterman had something so funny. he did this on his show last night, so just take a listen to this. >> finally, a major american company is addressing this problem for the holidays. >> do you hate the hassles of holiday air travel almost as much as you hate the tedious, awkward thanksgiving dinner with family? announcing united airlines reluctant traveler service. for a nominal fee, we'll book you on a pretend united flight, with a plausible flight number and time of arrival and then at the last minute, oh, no, your flight's been cancelled. you wanted to be there, but what can you do? united airlines, we get it. >> that's funny, yeah. >> come on, how good is that? >> i'm so grateful i love my family, aren't you? could you imagine? >> how about miley at the airport, speaking of airplanes yesterday. >> we're going to tell you what happened. apparently, she was lashing out at paparazzi at lax, which is notorious, of all the places i've been in my life, the
in a neighboring house dead, and the entire neighborhood area in ruins. law enforcement sources told the indianapolis star they believe gas was intentionally released into the house, and the spark somehow remotely triggered that led to the blast. search warrants have been execu executed, two people have been questioned in this case, which is now being treated as a homicide investigation. >>> still ahead for us tonight, what you need to know about what some are calling the death of the computer password. >>> and later, some dedicated guys who are making a difference where health is needed which right now happens to be their own backyard. >>> as we mentioned, we're taking an in depth look tonight at computer security, given who's been in the news lately, and an e-mail scandal that's already cost the head of the cia his job. can you rely on personal passwords to protect secrets in the computer? security experts say there will have been 1 billion hacking attempts by the time 2012 is out. even as the hackers are getting better, password protection is not. our report tonight from nbc's tom
and the investigation continues. search warrants were served on tuesday and law enforcement sources tell the "indianapolis star" they now suspect gas was intentionally released into the home and may have been sparked with a remote device. >>> well, former boxing champion hector macho camacho is in serious condition after being shot and wounded last night in puerto rico. camacho was shot in the head and neck while sitting in a car and was rushed to the hospital. police say the bullet struck camacho in the jaw but exited his head and lodged in his shoulder. he is expected to survive. during his long career he held three world championships and defeated such great fighters as sugar ray leonard. >>> well, fans of elmo and sesame street around the world are hearing about the real life details surrounding the man behind that beloved character. for 28 years kevin clash was not only the voice of elmo, he was also the driving force that helped propel the furry red monster into a global phenomenon. late yesterday clash resigned from sesame street as he was slapped with a multi-million lawsuit clai
more likely that be others to break the law. the study published in the new england journal of medicine also found that the use of adhd medication into adulthood might also help curb crime. >>> markets left off on a high note before closing for today's holiday. the dow close at the 12,836 after gaining 48 points. the s&p was up three and the nasdaq added nine. >>> heading overseas now, the nikkei shot up 144 points, while the hang seng climbed 218. >>> hostess has made their last twinkies and loaves of wonder bread. the company whose products date back to the late 1800s has received permission to sell off its brands putting more than 18,000 workers in the unemployment line on thanksgiving eve. >>> on a brighter note, home improvement retailer lowe's handed out 22,000 thanksgiving dinners to new york and new jersey families impacted by hurricane sandy. meanwhile, demonstratored protested outside and inside a walmart in oakland, california. similar protests are planned at over 1,000 walmart stores across the country, due to ongoing labor disputes. and the company's decision to open this e
clear early on that morsi and the muslim brotherhood were intent on having islamic law as the law of the land. in alexandria, at least 25 people were injured as anti-morsi protesters raided and burned the muslim brotherhood's headquarters there. but the timing could not have been worse for morsi. the man two, after all, brokered the gaza cease-fire deal and is supposed to be entorsing it is fighting for his political life. >>> hewlett packard has responded to questions about selling products directly to syria. the world's largest pc maker said in a letter today its products could have been delivered to syria through resellers or distributors. the s.e.c.'s office of global security risk had asked hp to describe the nature, duration and extent of its past and present business with syria. the company says it did not authorize sales of its products to that country. they >>> still ahead at 6:00, getting into the holiday spirit. a live report at a tree lighting ceremony in san jose. >>> and an orange and black friday. we'll explain. >>> good evening. i'm jeff ranieri in the weather cent
after he declared sweeping powers for himself, leaving him above the law. we are here because the goals of the revolution have yet to be achieved, said this protester. morsi told supporters he had to take radical measures to protect the revolution. and fast track a new constitution being written by a mostly islamist assembly. after which he said he would give up those powers. yes, he might be a dictator for the time being, but these powers will be transferred to an elected parliament, he said. but the decrees have triggered protests and riots across the nation. dozenses were injured in alexandria when angered youth stormed and set fire to mosri's muslim brotherhood. this makes him more of a deck tater than mubarak. critics call it a power grab, tying him to his recent success on the world stage after brokering a cease-fire deal in gaza. but suddenly mosri the mediator is fighting for his political life back home. >> regardless of the timing, this sort of move by morsi would always have been a very risky and polarizing gesture. >> reporter: and just as egypt seemed to be emerging from it
in your house. >> starting last year, state law requires any home with an attached garage to have co detecto detectors. >>> a deadly weekend on california roadways claimed 27 lives, including six people from the bay area. one of those deadly crashes happened saturday night on highway 50 near placerville. when a driver of a prius slammed into a minivan. three members in the prius died. a 4-year-old placerville van were killed. five others were injured in the crash. investigators are looking into the cause. >> an investigation leading into the impairment of that driver. >> the witnesses say the cause may have been a deer. they are often seen in the area and drivers are forced to swerve to avoid them. >>> in the meantime, police are looking for someone who hit and killed a woman sunday night walking northbound right near oyster point boulevard. several other cars causing more injuries. the accident shutdown northbound 101 for hours. there is no car description at this time and it is not clear why the woman was walking on 101 in the first place. >>> temperatures are dropping across the b
to say things due to federal law. >> but we still want to know. >> the public record i'm selling a little bit of the secondary. i can confirm that. >> you sold facebook early as well. >> yes. mostly financial diversification. the vast majority of my economic positions are in a limited number of companies. you get a little bit of diversification. >> does it matter anymore? if you invested in papal and linkedin and facebook and zynga, at what point -- does it not become fun anymore? the entrepreneur side is fun. do you care what you bought and sold? >> well, yes. partly because, for example, i have sold very little linkedin because i work there a lot. i'm trying to create something in the future. that's where my energy goes. >> you keep your linkedin stock because you live there -- work there. >> live there. >> that's right. >> there are reasons other than financial you don't sell linkedin. an employee at linkedin may sell it to pay for college. >> of course. >> this is not on issue for you. when does the buying and selling of your own companies. there is almost no financial -- you know, yo
in to find out who shot j.r. in 1980. turned out to be his sister-in-law kristen. that success was no big surprise for hagman. he was born into a show biz family. his mom the legendary actress mary martin, but it was a blonde with magic powers that helped propel hagman to star status. he played astronaut tony nelson in the nbc sitcom "i dream of jeannie" for five seasons. after that role came hagman's role of "dallas." years of hard drinking came back to haunt him. he suffered from cirrhosis of the liver and liver cancer. and in july of 1995 he received a transplant that saved his life. this year he starred in season one of the next generation of "dallas" on tnt with some of his original co-stars. he appeared with them on "today" back in june to talk about reprising the role of j.r. ewing. >> yeah, it was strange kind of getting back into the swing of things, but we all fit right into our characters again, so there was nothing to worry about that. >> hagman filmed appearances for the show's second season, set to begin airing in january. larry hagman was 81 years old. he is survived by his
of thanksgiving myths that we would like to debunk for you. >> we' here to debunk them. >> a myth that says our in-laws are outlaws. >> from way fair.com. >> thank you for the clarification. >> 70% of people enjoy spending time with their in-laws, the other 30% would rather do just about anything else. >> wonder if the other 30% just don't like anybody. >> yeah. >> the kind of people that are just never happy. >> that's good. good observation. >> people in this world, let's be honest, you can bend over backwards all day long, no matter what, not going to appreciate something. never enough. never enough people. then the person you just smile at them and they are grateful. >> yep. >> let's be that kind of person, people. >> the other myth is this -- >> not be this. >> people decorate their lawns, not just beautiful christmas lights and music, decide to put inflatables out front. here's one of them, an inflatable snow globe that says merry christmas. if you can inflate it your neighbors hate it, because there's a constant generator -- >> noise. >> -- blowing at all times. >> when it's not blowing it is a
the nausea? >> nothing works as well. oregon law approved requires no monitoring of a child's medical monitor use by a pediatrician. >> that's dumb. >> god forbid any of my children were sick and there could be anything that could alleviate their pain or discomfort, i would do it. no blink of an eye. >> and then you have the problem that these parents are divorced, and if one parent in that -- that parental family, if you will, decides that they don't want their child to take certain medication, then that brings in another legal rub which is what you have. >> and the dad in this case said i'm worried about what it will do to my child's brain and that's a very responsible way. >> when he saw his little girl she was stoned. >> when you're on morphine you're stoned. we're probably not competent, the three of us have never tried pot, so we're probably not -- >> not even touching that one with a ten foot pole. >> i definitely can't. go ahead. >> next topic, denied boarding death of a woman. a woman visiting overseas from hungary. tried to get back on three different flights, 425 pound, obese. had
are all that's left of her family history. >> my mother-in-law was so beautiful. >> reporter: memories nearly swept away when six feet of water flooded her basement. >> most of these people are gone. we can never get them back. it's part of our history. we're just so happy to be able to show them to our kids. >> reporter: now photographers are helping linda preserve that history. >> the photos are on this paper which you're not going to be able to take off. >> reporter: they're part of a volunteer group called shoot for change using cameras and smartphones to duplicate the images exposed to salt water and mold. >> there's no amount of money to replace photographs of your family and friends. >> reporter: photographs snapped in homes to generations of the families. >> prom back in the day, graduation. >> reporter: amanda is sifting through thousands of photos. >> it was a container full of water with my pictures swimming across the top. it was heartbreaking. >> reporter: anyone with a smartphone can help restore and replace those photos utilizing new technology to save the hold. >> the s
not in the eyes of the law. a 15-year-old san jose boy suspected of being involved in a deadly crime spree will be charged as an adult and could be up for the death penalty. he and another boy robbed four businesses this month and shot to death a man they were trying to car jack and shot at and wounded a police officer. they have not decided whether to put him on death row if convi convicted he is due in court on a long list of charges. including murder, robbery and attempted murder of a police officer. another police officer is on leave tonight after narrowly escaping gunfire the men that shot at still missing. he pulled over a drive when the man inside began shooting. the shot missed the officer and hit a squad car. the officer fired back and the begunman got away. it's unclear at this point if the gunman was shot, but the car he was driving was stolen and found later abandon. >> an active scene on the cal campus. protesters took over the empty eshelman hall late this afternoon, the student newspaper on campus reported that six students were occupying the building to bring awareness to t
. state law requires homes with an attached garage to have those detectors. very important lesson to learn there. >>> what about when it comes to that forecast? pretty foggy start, christina. >> yeah, indeed, laura, good morning to you. we have some really thick pockets of fog right at the surface this morning and that is reducing your visibility, particularly along the north end of the peninsula and into the north bay. we're also noticing some thick pockets as that fog creeps through the delta this morning, that tule fog. as we head throughout the day, highs will be comfortable. sdmechb livermore, 65 in fairfield, 66 right here in san francisco. if you're sick of the sunshine, and you probably are, we've got a lot of rain on the way this week. wednesday, thursday, friday, the heaviest rain anticipated and then saturday, subbnday the tai end of a third system swings through and that will keep us in an on and off showery pattern all weekend long. >>> if you don't like sunshine or like seeing the road, then today's the day for you. here's 92, westbound on the right side as that fog rolled in
to this document. >> the state board of equalization says law prevents it from explaining why california taxpayers don't have the tax dollars collected. we also found this interesting. here's a letterhead sheriff's advisory committee. right there it says it. is that a problem? ron is a member of the santa clara county sheriffs advisory board, a nonprofit group supporting and affiliated with the sheriffs department. does this concern you? >> it does concern me. i want to make sure we have good people that are affiliated with that organization because they do work with us. >> you're the sheriff. will you recommend that he's removed from your advisory board? >> yes. >> so sheriff smith has called for some government accountability. he's a san jose businessman with a financial resume showing more than $10 million owed to the federal government, the state of california, and dozens of bay area business partners. now many are calling for even more accountability. >> i could have stayed home today, but i want to do -- excuse me. i want to do my part to make sure he's brought to justice. >> somebody's got
, if you can fit them in. i think it's great. >> are you cooking tomorrow, mom? >> no. my son-in-law is cooking so it's going to be a big surprise. >> all right. >> happy thanksgiving. >> happy thanksgiving. >> thank you, bye-bye. >> love ya. >> i love your mom's perspective. when i was a kid we often had a mix. my mom would put a few adults at the kids' table and maybe even a couple of kids as they got older and knew what they were doing with the knife and fork at the grownup table. no official limit but if somebody is protesting maybe they are ready for the grownup's table. >> okay. >> question number three, what should you do if a relative mentions that they or their child is sick? should they be uninvited to thanksgiving. >> i feel strongly. >> i don't think you should uninvite somebody because they are sick. i think you can quarantine them and say we'll put them somewhere else. >> you feel differently. >> i mean, if they are able to come. just because the kid is sick. >> you don't have to actually uninvite them but suggest do you really want to bring little susie or johnny, prob
aunt. >> my in-laws. >> who is watching over the bird, man? >> we're going to people's houses, my family houses so they are doing it right now. >> this year's turkey trot raised roughly $7,000 plus another half million from an anonymous donor, a record amount that will help three local charities, including one that provides low-income families with the same kind of meal that the runners will be filling up on after this early morning swe sweat. >> giants outfielder hunter pens earned the nickname the reverend for his pre-game speeches during the world series run and the teammates showed off their great impression as the credits roll. here's video of hunter pens firing up his teammates with one of his signature pep talks and now players thoughts on pens. >> our chance to make history. >> i don't care what they say about us. i don't care about them. it's about the guys in this room. >> nobody's been through what we've been through, nobody will stand in our way. >> love you guys. i will go out there and die for you. >> i want to play with you, tomorrow. >> that is really good. >> ever
in laws are helping to pay the mortgage but otherwise ann needs all the help she can get. and she doesn't hesitate to ask. but that doesn't make it any easier. >> i'm sure this feels like it's stepping back, but keep the focus on moving forward, right? >> yes. it's okay to receive. sometimes we need it, you know, you have to do it and you have to put your self-esteem and emotions on hold and do what you no ed to do. >> ann's counselor helps her apply for a low cost health program for her daughter and arranges to help pay january's electricity, water and medical bills. >> you know this is temporary. >> good, thank you. >> you'll be able to get back on your feet. >> diane and john also hope their situation will be short lived. as the sole provider, john is feeling the pressure. he loves his job at the athletic store, but his salary is not nearly enough to pay all the bills. >> from a traditional nine set, us guys were supposed to go out there, drag it, bring it back in, so as a man i feel like i'm not taking care of the family. >> in july 2011, after three months out of work and with thei
wiped out because of unsustainable hunting. good conservation laws allowed us to protect these guys. this is only about a 6-year-old. that is a hatchling. they can get to be about 12, 13 feet long. amazing, amazing animals. found only in north america, just like the wild turkey. >> do they have emotions at all? >> they are reptiles, not the way we mammals do, but just because they don't, doesn't mean they don't deserve protection. he wants out but i'm not going to let him. i'll rescue you from the little guy. >> sweet actually. >> in a reptile sort of way. >> next down here, beaver. >> beaver alert. >> this is a species the european colonists would have been familiar with because there are beavers in europe. but a really important species for the native americans because of their fur, they have really really great water resistant fur. it was important for the trapping business and all that. you can check out this amazing tail. >> his flat tail. >> this is the biggest rodent in north america, by the way. >> that looks huge for a beaver, doesn't it? >> beavers can get to be 60, 70 pou
. >> guess there's no crime against being a lying sack of you know what, huh? >> it's not against the law to have a mistress. >> now the corporal and the sheriff reverted to standard procedure, followed up every tip, tracked down every tenuous lead, knocked down rumors. somebody called scott from theresa's cell phone that morning, whether he heard it or not. the investigation dragged on. >> weeks and months went by. and there was, you know, nothing. >> uh-uh. >> we had no idea how that anger would get the best of you, not knowing who done this and you want the person that done this to be punished for it. >> kelsey took on the most difficult job of her life. at 17, she stepped into her mother's shoes, defended her father, tried to maintain something of a normal life for her little brothers. >> me, trying to fill my mother's shoes, those are some big shoes to fill. i just felt like it was my responsibility to help my dad take care of my family. >> so, you were able to continue to have a relationship of trust with your father? >> right. >> he was there for you? >> he tried to be strong for u
in the law known as a dying declaration. with those three letters scrawled in karen's old blood lead to the apprehension of her killer? >>> when we come back, investigators dig in two that three-letter mystery. >> you've got this scrawled in blood message saying this is my killing. >> absolutely. >> who or what was roc? when "written in blood" continues. it's time to change the way we clean. it's time to free ourselves from the smell and harshness of bleach. and free ourselves from worrying about the ones we love. new lysol power & free has more cleaning power than bleach. how? the secret is the hydrogen peroxide formula. it attacks tough stains and kills 99.9% of germs. new lysol power & free. powerful cleaning that's family friendly. another step forward in our mission for health. [ female announcer ] you can always measure the growth of your children by the way they clean themselves in the bathroom. try charmin ultra strong. with a new duraclean texture, charmin ultra strong helps you get clean. plus it's four times stronger than the leading value brand. and you can use up to four
not signing it. >> then i can't help you. >> because of florida's strong open records law, her jailhouse phone calls and all the police surveillance tapes by the boynton beach cops would be public. they were out there viral on youtube. those images of dalia boo-hooing online would be seen by thousands of viewers that lambasted her in the comments section. the people with the only opinion that matters weren't convened on youtube, they were in a west palm beach courtroom. what would a jury of her peers make of dalia and michael? >>> coming up. the case heads into court. and out come more secrets. >> it was like something out of a movie. it was unreal. >> dalia's defense seemed unreal, too. was the whole thing a hoax? >> the plot was never real. mike hoped to capture the attention of someone in reality tv. >> when "dateline" continues. be positive, yet firm. we need to leave our contract plan and make the move to net10 wireless. what??? oh nice, let's just have our calls drop all the time. net10 uses the same cell towers as the top carriers, but for half of what we pay now. half? don't worry. con
people are equal in the eyes of the law, and that fell short of what abolitionists wanted, which was racial equality. and there was the belief that we can't let righteousness drive the process. it's working the machinery to get to that place where we get slavery prohibited as a start before we get to anything else. >> you know, i wanted to see the movie, in part inspired by david's column on friday, i went last night. and that was the striking part to me of the film. because i have been an activist and an advocate all my life. leading an advocate organization. a president has to get things done. so even if a president is transformational, it's how he gets there. and that's what lincoln had to deal with. that's the character that was played that you've got to back off of being a purist so we can get this done. now, it doesn't mean advocates shouldn't advocate. we don't govern. we try to push as far as we can. but at the end, they've got to have the president take all the pushing to say, this is what i'm going to achieve. and i think that's what lincoln did. i think that's the chal
'd pay off my law school loans, and that would be the first thing. i'd hire like a personal chef and a personal trainer. >> those are both good. >> that would always be there and make me work out. >> the chef thing would be nice. not have to worry about it. >> i love my children, around-the-clock babysitter, someone who is always there. >> services. >> exactly. >> glad we worked this out. might use some of that money for steals and deals, can get a lot of them thanks to the great jill martin. leather totes and waterford crystals. >> can buy all three of those bags. >> up to 85% off exclusively for our viewers, and if you want to be the life of the party at the office, at home, wherever you, are you they'd to know what's going on in the world, and we'll get you some help tonight, keeping you in the know on the hottest headlines from hollywood and beyond with a new go-to resource a lot of people are turning to now called the skim. we'll meet the two young woman who founded it and are running it. >> let's get to the day's top stories with natalie morales at her post at the news desk
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